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Escapism With Fernando Mastrangelo

Posted on Feb 22, 2017 by

Defined not by a particular style but a design language, Fernando Mastrangelo’s work exploits a wild and experimental use of material to create conceptual forms.

Debuting in New York and Milan, Mastrangelo’s Escape uses simple, geometric lines and hand-dyed sand to suggest layers of earth while Crystalline, a translucent powdered glass, reference water and air. Silica, a lava-like texture composes the foreground. See more of Mastrangelo’s material exploration in Warehouse Home Issue Four.

Escape series by Fernando Mastrangelo, Price upon request, Fernando Mastrangelo

Mastrangelo’s work exploits a wild and experimental use of material to create conceptual forms

Mastrangelo’s work exploits a wild and experimental use of material to create conceptual forms
Image courtesy of Fernando Mastrangelo

Escape uses simple, geometric lines and hand-dyed sand to suggest layers of earth

Escape uses simple, geometric lines and hand-dyed sand to suggest layers of earth
Image courtesy of Fernando Mastrangelo

Defined not by a particular style but a design language, Fernando Mastrangelo’s work will debut in New York and Milan

Defined not by a particular style but a design language, Fernando Mastrangelo’s work will debut in New York and Milan
Image courtesy of Fernando Mastrangelo

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